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jericho200

Clutch

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i have a problem getting into gears i have been told that the clutch might need bleeding can this be done?

if so how would it be done?

many thanks

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it's a 96 galaxy

get a haynes manual it should be in there :)

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if its hydraulic you can bleed it, if its a cable you should be able to adjust it.

bleeding hydraulic clutches is a PITA at the best of times, really needs to be pressure or vacuum bled.

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hi m8

sorry to be the bearer of possibe bad news,but i had the same problems and turn out to be the flywheel siezed.are you getting any vibrations through the car?if so then you're looking at flywheel and clutch

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